Introducing Dial-Up mode

Introducing Dial-Up mode

The loading bar is a signal to many of us to take care of those little things- like making a cup of coffee, taking that bathroom break or just petting the dog. We have been told that Fiber’s seemingly instant connections have taken away that valuable time. So today we are introducing Dial-Up Mode to slow your Fiber speeds down. Relax to your 56k connection and get those precious moments back.

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20 Responses

  1. Total Fight News says:

    Here in Brasil i dont need this cause is a shit at all oi velox make this
    haha i want fiber now q.q 

  2. Andrew Liang says:

    Nice try google ;)

  3. ElmerPlays says:

    Two words, Darude-Sandstorm

  4. Ondřej Vitík says:

    This is not joke. This is serious message.
    It looks like a solution for internet addicted people a little. They can
    have both their interests and the internet.

  5. Ober Master says:

    how do i do this?

  6. Alva Watson says:

    well done guys!

  7. Austin and Jess Vlogs says:

    *Shutters at the memories of using dial up.. * xD

  8. Robert Shaver says:

    I’m still on Time-Warner so don’t really need dial-up mode, but I like the
    sound of it.

  9. Hyrulistic says:

    Lost it when instructed to relax to the soothing, familiar sounds…of a
    56k modem.

  10. Chidveer Reddy says:


  11. オタク says:

    not actually a bad idea

  12. Monkey D. Uchiha says:

    The sad thing is that they actually have a point.

  13. Frederic Laruelle says:

    Awesome, I just looked in chrome and I cannot find dial-up mode, boohoohoo

  14. leonhang says:

    it’s funny and sad at the same time.

  15. 84Kega says:

    When is this available, i want the nostalgia back, please make this!

  16. planesrift says:


  17. Jeremy Saklad says:

    That meditation part was vaguely racist. All in good fun, of course.

  18. Tyler McHenry says:

    AKA “Comcast In the Bay Area Every Night Around Midnight” mode.

  19. Heroman says:

    Joke’s on you! With my 3 meg AT&T DSL line, I get to pretend I’m on dial-up

  20. Nathan Klose says:

    I was expecting the video to ‘pause to buffer’ at some point.